You have probably heard of hard water, but do you also know about the problems that hard water brings? Hard water affects daily life in various ways. Quickly discover the effects this phenomenon has on your life and environment.
In the European member states, there are strict laws in force on biocides. The so-called biocidal products regulation (BPR, Regulation (EU) 528/2012) concerns the use of biocides as protection against harmful organisms, such as pests or bacteria and more specifically on the effect of the active ingredients in the biocide. The directive includes among other things that not all salts may be used for making biocides (chlorine). So, which type of salt is suitable for biocides? Here is an overview.
When we stand in front of all salts on offer in shops, we have a hard job choosing one. This stands to reason as there are so many different types, from traditional kitchen salt to fleur de sel. But how do you know which is the most suitable salt for your kitchen? You should always look at the packaging of any kind of salt, and keep the following points in mind.
Did you know that in addition to fleur de sel and other gastronomic salts, there is a type of sea salt that is ideal for daily use in the kitchen? Sea salt is often used for culinary preparations or for adding a finishing touch to a sophisticated dish, but people quickly reach for traditional cooking salt for their daily cooking. These three reasons prove that sea salt is your perfect partner in the kitchen every day.